PopSockets: Collapsible Grip & Stand for Phones and Tablets - Wave
- Offers a secure grip so you can text with one hand, snap better photos, and stop phone drops
- Functions as a convenient stand so you can watch videos on the fly
- Allows for hands-free use with the PopSockets mount
- Available in a broad range of styles and materials
- Advanced reusable adhesive - repositionable, washable adhesive sticks to most devices and cases (will not stick to some silicone, waterproof, or highly textured cases). Packaging includes an adhesive disc for customers applying directly to iPhone 8, 8+, X and other glass-backed phones.
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